Fullerton Motor Lodge
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After a 16 hour flight from Melbourne we arrived in LA. Phew!
The flight was good traveling on Qantas ..no issues except for sound through headphones only one ear thingo working.. Food great for airline food.Managed to get enough sleep.
Arrived in LA and preceded to our hotel which was Holiday Inn in the suburb of Hawthorne..30 Min's from the airport. The climate nearly exactly like Melb. Mid 20C Fresh at night.
First impressions of LA. Very ...
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... of the infamous sign. Apparently the city had made it illegal to get within even 100 ft of the sign after several emergency rescues and irresponsible behavior at the sign’s base.
It was of no consequence. I fulfilled my main goal of mapping out the route to the top as Roy and I would return by mid- day.
I took a more direct route home and arrived at the front door of the bed and breakfast at 9:30 am. Roy was fast asleep. Unfortunately, ...